The KT Wiz, who came up empty in the first and second games of the Korean Series (KS), made a significant change to their batting order.
The Wiz batting order was revamped to include the top of the order, and foreign batsman Anthony Alford, who had been hitless in the KS, in the No. 7 spot.
KT’s batting order for the third game of the 2023 KS World Series against the LG Twins at Katie Wise Park in Suwon on Tuesday is Bae Jae-dae 바카라사이트 (center fielder), Kim Sang-soo (shortstop), Hwang Jae-gyun (third baseman), Park Byung-ho (first baseman), Jang Sung-woo (catcher), Moon Sang-chul (designated hitter), Alford (left fielder), Oh Yun-seok (second baseman), and Cho Yong-ho (right fielder).
The number one spot in the batting order stands out. The batting order has been hot this fall.
In five playoff games against the NC Dinos, he went 6-for-16 with two home runs, eight RBIs, and a .375 batting average, and in two games against KS, he went 8-for-3 with two home runs and a .500 batting average.
KT manager Lee Kang-cheol has been placing his top-of-the-order hitters in the bottom of the order to balance the top and bottom of the lineup, but in this game, he unexpectedly changed his role.
The move of Alford, who had been batting cleanup, was also noticeable.
Alford hit .289 with 15 homers and 70 RBIs in the regular season this year, but struggled to a .143 average in five PO games.
In the two games between LG and KS, he went 0-for-6 with two walks and four strikeouts.
It is believed that KT placed him in the bottom of the batting order to ease the pressure on Alford.
On this day, KT sent out a very strong foreign pitcher, Wes Benjamin, against LG. LG’s starter is native son Im Chan-kyu. 온라인카지노사이트